JAMAICA IN PICTURES

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Jamaica In Pictures

Author : Janice Hamilton
ISBN : 0822523949
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the land, history, government, people, and economy of Jamaica.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Jamaica In Pictures

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ISBN : OCLC:1035908782
Genre : Jamaica
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Text and photographs present Jamaica's history, government, land, economy, and people.
Category: Jamaica

Jamaica

Author : Ray Chen
ISBN : 0969179200
Genre : Photography
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Category: Photography

Jamaica Bay

Author : Daniel M. Hendrick
ISBN : 9781439618028
Genre : Photography
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For more than two centuries after the Dutch settled its meandering shores, Jamaica Bay was little more than a watery expanse broken by small islands and a handful of mills. Rapid growth after the Civil War transformed the bay into a microcosm of a developing nation, as meadows gave way to houses and factories, and giant steamers and locomotives appeared. Plans to create the world's largest deepwater port here were never realized, yet Jamaica Bay did emerge as a hub for aviation; the first successful transatlantic flight departed over the bay–followed by millions of flights that have taken off from John F. Kennedy International Airport ever since. Through historic photographs, Jamaica Bay illustrates the bay's transformation into a shellfishing haven, a recreational playground with hotels and casinos, and now the focus of a longterm environmental rehabilitation.
Category: Photography

Jamaica Station

Author : David D. Morrison
ISBN : 0738576417
Genre : History
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Photographs and text trace the history of Jamaica Station in Queens, New York, the hub of the Long Island Rail Road--
Category: History

Amazing Pictures And Facts About Jamaica

Author : Kelly Mina
ISBN : 1542673739
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Kid's U presents... Jamaica - Amazing Pictures and Facts About Jamaica. Have your children ever wondered where Jamaica is located? What language do they speak? What types of food are popular in Jamaica? In this book you will explore the wonders of Jamaica, finding the answers to these questions and so many more. Complete with incredible pictures to keep even the youngest of children captivated, you will all embark on a little journey into the great unknown. In school our children aren't taught in a way that makes them curious and want to learn. I want to change that! This book will show your children just how interesting the world is and help ignite a passion for learning. Your children will learn how to: Become curious about the world around them. Find motivation to learn. Use their free time to discover more about the world-and have fun while doing so! And much more! Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1- What is the Official Name of Jamaica? Chapter 2- What is the Geography Like in Jamaica? Chapter 3-Where is Jamaica Located? Chapter 4- How Big is Jamaica? Chapter 5- What is the Climate Like in Jamaica? Chapter 6- Are There Animals in Jamaica? Chapter 7- What is the Flag of Jamaica Like? Chapter 8- What is the Capital of Jamaica? Chapter 9- How Many People Live in Jamaica? Chapter 10- What is the Currency of Jamaica Called? Chapter 11- What is the Highest Peak in Jamaica Called? Chapter 12- What do People Eat in Jamaica? Chapter 13- What is the Government of Jamaica Called? Chapter 14- What is the Main Religion in Jamaica? Chapter 15- What are the Main Exports of Jamaica? Chapter 16- What is the Most Popular Sport in Jamaica? Chapter 17- What Types of Plants and Trees are in Jamaica? Chapter 18- What is the Average Life Expectancy of the Jamaican People? Chapter 19- What is the Official Language of Jamaica? Chapter 20- What is the Longest River in Jamaica Called?
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Jamaica Louise James

Author : Amy Hest
ISBN : 0763602841
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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On her eighth birthday Jamaica receives paints which she uses to surprise her grandmother and to brighten the subway station where Grammy works.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Jamaica Tag Along

Author : Juanita Havill
ISBN : 9780547505251
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Jamaica doesn't want a younger child to play with her, until she remembers how she felt when her older brother excluded her from his games.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Goldeneye Where Bond Was Born Ian Fleming S Jamaica

Author : Matthew Parker
ISBN : 9781605987477
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Amid the lush beauty of Jamaica's northern coast lies the true story of Ian Fleming's iconic creation: James Bond. For two months every year, from 1946 to his death eighteen years later, Ian Fleming lived at Goldeneye, the house he built on a point of high land overlooking a small white sand beach on Jamaica’s stunning north coast. All the James Bond novels and stories were written here. This book explores the huge influence of Jamaica on the creation of Fleming’s iconic post-war hero. The island was for Fleming part retreat from the world, part tangible representation of his own values, and part exotic fantasy. It will examine his Jamaican friendships—his extraordinary circle included Errol Flynn, the Oliviers, international politicians and British royalty, as well as his close neighbor Noel Coward—and trace his changing relationship with Ann Charteris (and hers with Jamaica) and the emergence of Blanche Blackwell as his Jamaican soulmate. Goldeneye also compares the real Jamaica of the 1950s during the build-up to independence with the island’s portrayal in the Bond books, to shine a light on the attitude of the likes of Fleming and Coward to the dramatic end of the British Empire.
Category: Biography & Autobiography